A woman who was struck by Kyle Busch's car in the garage area at Bristol Motor Speedway at first said she was uninjured by the minor contact, but Sunday went to a hospital to check for possible injuries.
Erin Vandyke, a longtime race fan, was bumped into as was taking pictures on pit road.
Busch was heading to the garage area after a second blown right-front tire when his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota made sight contact with her, briefly knocking her to the ground.
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In an exclusive interview with FOXSports.com right after incident, Vandyke at first said she was completely fine after the incident and suffered no injuries.
But she did go to the track's infield care center afterwards, and later went to a local hospital Sunday night to be evaluated.
"After it happened, I didn't go get checked initially when it happened," Vandyke told FOXSports.com. "But after I started bending around, it starting hurting. So I went to the infield medical center and got checked out. And they told me if it started hurting more to go on and get checked completely, because they didn't have X-rays there."
So Vandyke went to a local hospital and was in a room waiting for the doctor to examine her when she spoke with FOXSports.com.
"We just decided to come on, because it's hurting in my ankle and starting to go up from my lower back and into my neck," she said.
Here is a link to the video of the interview with the woman after the incident.